Andes Wrap Jacket
- Considerately Produced
- Cruelty Free
- Friendly Materials
- Giveback Culture
- Locally Crafted
- Water Usage
An ultra light textured jacket perfect for the mid season months.
This ultra-light, beautifully textured jacket is one of our most coveted styles. Hand-woven in an extra-fine merino wool and silk blend, it is embellished with contrasting hand embroidery. Wear it over a bikini or back home with your favourite jeans. Choose from mustard or blue.
- Measures 120cm x 120cm
- Ethically made by a non-profit women’s cooperative in Uruguay, harnessing the skills of rural artisans
- Yarn is hand-spun to give a silky texture and hand-dyed for subtle graduated colour
- Fairtrade, sustainable and cruelty-free merino wool blend
- 70% extrafine merino wool, 30% silk
- One size
- Dry clean only
Water Usage: Organic Pima Cotton Merino Wool and Alpaca raw materials used are washed with natural bio enzyme detergents. The water usage is controlled and recycling systems for external irrigation and animal waters are in place.
Cruelty Free: Aessai only work with 3rd party certificatied Cruelty Free breeders.
Friendly Materials: All materials used are 100% natural and biodegradable. Almost all dyes used are natural, no chemical dyes are used. All Aessai partners follow Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC).
Giveback Culture: Parternship with cooperatives of weavers, members of the World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO)
Locally Crafted: All products are handcrafted by rural artisans in South America
Considerately Produced: Aessai’s model is based on a low carbon process using artisanal workforce, reduced water consumption and cooperation with local communities to improve environmental impact.
Packaging: Recyclable cardboard boxes and paper. Minimal amount of tape only where necessary.
- Additional information
Weight 340 kg
- About The Brand
About The Brand
AESSAI is a London-based lifestyle brand which specialises in luxurious featherweight wraps, blankets, scarves, bags and cushions. Ethically handcrafted by a fair trade collective called Manos del Uruguay, it gives artisan women from remote rural areas in Uruguay the opportunity to become financially independent. Its Argentinian founder, Rebecca Kramer, is dedicated to the celebration and protection of local South American crafts and traditions and sources Merino wool from Uruguay and Patagonia, Alpaca wool from the Peruvian Andes and Chaguar from the Wichi people of the Artentine Amazon, a textile highly threatened by deforestation and cattle herding.
- Fit & Care
Fit & Care
Measures 120cm x 120cm
Dry clean only